Say What Now? Directed Paraphrasing

It’s probably no surprise to anyone, but I read every page of every book I start. This includes a tragic discovery of exact how bad James Patterson mysteries are.

Recently, I was reading a textbook on classroom assessment techniques. It was an interesting timing as I was working on a communication challenge at work where there was some frustration at the level of technical information our support team was sending to customers. And then the perfect technique came before my eyes: directed paraphrasing.

Instead of writing about this one, I made a video. Enjoy!

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